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TGen Foundation’s Ballard informs Scottsdale Rotarians on company

The Rotary Club of Scottsdale hosted Dean Ballard, TGen Foundation’s director of development, to discuss the specifics of the Scottsdale-based company.

Camelot Homes celebrates 50 years in the Valley

Scottsdale attorneys launch Bianchi Brandt & Hale, full-service cannabis practice


Short-term rental units sprout up in Phoenix as demand from visitors increases

Phoenix visitors looking for more affordable alternatives to hotels have led landlords to convert their apartment complexes and homes into short-term rentals with companies like Airbnb facilitating …

Apache Park land-swap deal in Scottsdale is updated, new boundaries drawn

The City of Scottsdale and Scottsdale Unified School District are continuing an intergovernmental agreement allowing for flooding mitigation efforts at Apache Park --- a part of the Granite Reef …
City Council

Agreement amendment leads to federal housing funds in Scottsdale

Federal HOME Investment Partnership funds are heading to Scottsdale after the City Council approved a third amendment to an intergovernmental agreement between the city and county.
City Council

Scottsdale abandons easements between Shea, Cochise for residential cluster

The city of Scottsdale is abandoning about 41 feet of easement land on its 4.3-acre parcel between Shea Boulevard and Cochise Road, accommodating a new four-lot subdivision with a new cul-de-sac.

Sussman: Arizona needs bold action, not just promises to make medicines affordable

Prescription drug costs are unbelievably unaffordable for millions of Americans, including me, a medical student with a long term …

Blaney: When you shop small, the impact is year-round

As we usher in the holiday season, I invite you to be part of the growing movement to #ShopSmall while preparing for gatherings with …

Is too much parking a problem for Scottsdale?

Black Friday will be here soon. And if you expect to see parking lots overflowing with cars and crowds of (hopefully) festive …

Norton & Henninger: Understanding the fickle nature of the Scottsdale voter

Deciding the future of Southbridge II means a lot more than just approving or disapproving a developer’s project. It also tells us …

Campana: Shopping, eating, reminiscing and carol singing during the holidays

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! And I’ll be in line at Home Depot for a holiday poinsettia on Black Friday to begin our …
Scottsdale Neighbors

Daughters of the American Revolution recently helped purchase 49 instruments for youths as $15,000 was awarded to Rosie’s House that offers free music lessons to more than 500 economically disadvantaged children statewide. 

The ALS Association Arizona Chapter has announced it raised $470,000 on Nov. 2, at the 19th annual Walk to Defeat ALS. The event, which helped raise money and awareness for Amyotrophic Lateral …
Scottsdale Business

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers for a Cause raises $27K for PCH

The Raising Cane’s Day of Giving for Phoenix Children’s Hospital on Nov. 13 resulted in all 16 Valley restaurants donating 15% of its proceeds to the hospital and raising more than $27,000.

YogaSix to add second Scottsdale location

YogaSix is opening its second Scottsdale location in early 2020 at 9301 E. Shea Blvd., in the Mercado Del Rancho shopping center. YogaSix Scottsdale Shea boutique yoga studio offers six different …

Scottsdale REALTOR Mernitz handles ‘hoarding homes’

Craig Mernitz, a real estate agent with RE/MAX Fine Properties in north Scottsdale, helps families and estate administrators find the resources to rehab distressed properties such as “hoarding houses.”

Plexus wins Scottsdale Chamber big business award

Plexus Worldwide, a direct-selling health and happiness company, earned the top spot for the 2019 Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce Sterling Awards in the Big Business category.

Scottsdale’s Casago merges with Playa Del Carmen Property Management Group

Casago, a vacation rental and property management company, has merged with Grupo Select, which is a property management company in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.
Scottsdale Entertainment
FILE- In this Feb. 4, 2018, file photo, Gary Woodland smiles for photographers with the championship trophy after winning the Waste Management Phoenix Open golf tournament in Scottsdale, Ariz. Woodland won the 2018 Phoenix Open for his first victory in five years. He returns to the desert this weekend, hoping to defend his title at the Greatest Show on Turf. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)

Golf champs returning to Waste Management Phoenix Open

The Waste Management Phoenix Open Presented by The Ak-Chin Indian Community has received commitments from three high-profile PGA TOUR …
Martin Bourbeau - EXPO patrons looking at painting

Arizona Fine Art EXPO begins Jan. 10

Visit 124 studios with artists working and demonstrating their techniques while creating original art work at the Arizona Fine Art …

DST wins 2019 Best Performing Arts of Scottsdale Award

Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre was chosen for the 2019 Best of Scottsdale Award in the Performing Arts category by the Scottsdale …

Russo And Steele to offer rare Lamborghini Countach in January

Celebrating 20 years as the “most exciting collector car auction in the world,” Russo and Steele Collector Automobile Auctions …

Artist demonstrations, jazz performances slated at Marshall Gallery

The Marshall Gallery has scheduled two upcoming events for December, featuring an artist demonstration and holiday music by a local …